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Melges IC37 Class Webinar Event 2: Leeward mark roundings, tactics and handling

by Melges Performance Sailboats 22 May 13:08 PDT 28 May 2020
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The Melges IC37 Class is hosting its second spring webinar led by Class Coach Greg Fisher on Thursday, May 28 at 7PM EDT.

The virtual session will cover takedowns, leeward mark roundings, and tactics around the bottom mark. This complimentary live event will be moderated by Fisher and feature special guests, Charlie Smythe, David Dempsey, and Max Hutcheson from the Winter Series Champion, Pacific Yankee.

Questions about rounding the leeward mark or from the previous webinar can be submitted in advance by emailing . Participants can also ask questions live via the Zoom chat.

Register here.

The first webinar on the topic of downwind boat handling was a huge success! If you were unable to attend or want to replay a segment, you can watch a recording of the session on YouTube.

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